REGENERATION of the Oxmoor area of north Huntingdon over the past five years is set to show the way for helping other deprived areas of Huntingdonshire, particularly Ramsey and parts of St Neots. Oxmoor, Ramsey and surrounding villages and Eynesbury have been identified as socially deprived and in need of concerted management by councils, the NHS, the police, other public authorities and social landlords, such as the Luminus Group. The Oxmoor regeneration project, costing £12million-plus over six years, came to an end in March. The new objective, under a scheme handed down from Whitehall, is to continue the work at Oxmoor and support the other communities. Although the Oxmoor scheme involved some capital works, particularly some new housing, shops, the Oak Tree health centre and improving public open spaces, its main aim was to help the community to help itself.